The following is a partial list of the extensive community mission work undertaken by Highlands. Our little church supports the following missions.
Recover Wyoming is a non-profit organization providing recovery support services for addicts. Highlands provides financial assistance and
some of our members serve as volunteers.
Highlands’ Lenten Fund allows us to respond to the needs of individuals for food, gasoline, utilities, medical care, and housing throughout the year.
Highlands partners with First Christian Church to serve families in Family Promise, a network of churches providing a place to live
for homeless families with children.
Highlands provides thousands of dollars in food, clothing and other items to NEEDS, Inc. to support its work with low-income families.
Highlands and those who attend “Bibles and Beer” provide financial support for Open Door (Wyoming Family Home Ownership Program), a local non-profit helping low-income families in Laramie County to become homeowners.
Highlands provides financial support to Meals on Wheels and COMEA.
Highlands is the “coffee partner” to COMEA, donating hundreds of dollars in coffee to the homeless shelter each year as well as gloves, stockings, winter hats and other clothing.
Highlands makes an annual Christmas donation to Save the Children for its international work to fight Third World Poverty.
Highlands provides financial and other support to the Unaccompanied Student Initiative
The Presbyterian Church (USA) has designated Highlands a Hunger Action Congregation and as an Earth Care Congregation
and is a member of the Wyoming
Highlands is a member of the Wyoming Interfaith Network, Cheyenne Interfaith Council, and the More Light Presbyterians, advocating for full participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) people in the life, ministry and witness of the church and in society.